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Mesquite BBQ Seasoned Chicken with Beans & Rice

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Too salty and acidic. This product has good amount of meat and rice for a meal for a hungry man or couple of not-so-hungry people. But, it is too salty and too acidic so consuming it is a torture. I had to finish it anyway to have enough energy for an intense hike however it back-lashed with unusual thirst. Color of the product is questionable — bright brown-red, does not look natural, though the product does not pretend to be natural. Full review

Blueberry Honey Granola

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great instant cereal with milk breakfast. This is a great cereal breakfast that serves up quickly. Add hot or cold water and let stand 10 minutes and you have a sweet, healthy energy packed breakfast.  I used cold water.  The dried milk actually re-hydrated nicely and tasted pretty much like milk.  I was impressed. There are nice juicy blueberries, nuts, honey and grains in this cereal and it is actually something I would eat on the regular.   I would highly recommend trying this out if you… Full review

Leonardo Da Fettucine

rated 3 of 5 stars It's okay. But for 1/5th of the price, you can get pastas from other grocery brands that will compete with the taste. Sure you're paying for a little convenience in being able to eat right out of the packaging... but I'd rather save the money and carry the extra weight. The Alpine Aire Leonardo da Fettuccine tastes OK. It's comparable to Pasta Roni's Fettucine Alfredo that can be bought at grocery stores for $1. However, the Alpine Aire option was about $4 dollars more expensive than the grocery… Full review

Chicken Gumbo

rated 4 of 5 stars MMMMMMMMMMMMM, good stuff! Easy food to cook, just add water to pouch and it all cooks evenly. Chicken was tasty, which I did not expect! If you are just trying out this type of food, start here. Full review

Bandito Scramble

rated 2 of 5 stars Tastes good but a pain to clean. Very hard to clean pot after cooking. It tasted fine but the cleanup was not worth it. Full review

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AlpineAire Foods is a brand of the Katadyn Group.

AlpineAire Foods Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Daniel Wins $300 Camp Kitchen from Katadyn, Optimus
Congratulations to member and gear reviewer Daniel Norgan! He won a backcountry kitchen package worth $300, thanks to Katadyn, Optimus, and AlpineAire. Read more
July 31

Last Week: Review Your Gear to Win Kataydn Kitchen
What's your most dependable outdoor gear? Review your gear, apparel, or footwear now through Wednesday, July 30, and you're entered to win $300 worth of great outdoor gear and trail food from Katadyn, Optimus, and AlpineAire. Read more
July 23

Filter, Food, Fire: Win $300 of Kataydn-Optimus Gear
Stay hydrated and well fed on the trail this summer, if you win $300 worth of outdoor gear and trail food from Katadyn, Optimus, and AlpineAire. Read more
July 16

Review Your Gear to Win $300 of Katadyn-Optimus Gear
Review your outdoor gear today and you're entered to win a complete backcountry camp kitchen worth $300, thanks to Katadyn, Optimus, and AlpineAire. Read more
July 9

Win a Backcountry Kitchen from Katadyn and Optimus
From stove to spoon, filter to food, we're giving one gear reviewer all the essentials for a backcountry camp kitchen, thanks to the folks at Katadyn, Optimus, and AlpineAire ($300 value). Read more
July 1

Instant Camp Eggs Cook-Off
Dehydrated and freeze-dried instant eggs can inspire strong reactions among outdoor enthusiasts. We wondered which, if any, were worth packing along on the trail and put a batch to the backcountry taste test. Read more
September 20, 2011

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AlpineAire Foods
Katadyn North America Inc.
4830 Azelia Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55429
USA

website: www.aa-foods.com

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